Dolly Parton didn't have children because "God didn't mean" for her to have kids.
Dolly Parton didn't have children because "God didn't mean" for her to have kids.
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Britain and the European Union are heading into a "very significant" week, British foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday, as talks over a trade deal enter their final days with serious differences yet to be resolved. EU negotiator Michel Barnier told reporters in London that "works continue, even on Sunday" on his way to a negotiating session, as both sides look for a deal to prevent disruption to almost $1 trillion (752 billion pounds) of trade at the end of December. "This is a very significant week, the last real major week, subject to any further postponement... we're down to really two basic issues," Raab told the BBC.
The outgoing president’s Migrant Protection Protocols have forced tens of thousands of asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims are processed
Netflix is set to begin declaring its U.K. revenues to local tax authorities in the new year — a move that follows similar initiatives in Western Europe in recent weeks. Until now, the streaming giant had channelled its revenues through the Netherlands, a lower tax jurisdiction and the site of its European headquarters. The SVOD […]
Good evening and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Daniel Dubois vs James Joyce. Joyce produced the best performance of his career to stop Dubois in the tenth round of tonight’s eagerly-anticipated all-British heavyweight clash and enhance his credentials for a world title shot. The 35-year-old ended his younger opponent’s unbeaten 15-fight start to his professional career and claimed his British and Commonwealth titles, as well as the vacant European belt at London’s iconic Church House.
The family of a young woman killed in the Fishmongers' Hall terror attack is taking part in consultations for a new law to ensure "proper security" in public spaces. Saskia Jones's mother Michelle Jones said she wants new legislation to help "avoid another family being torn apart in similar circumstances". In a statement released through the Metropolitan Police, Michelle Jones said she is working to create several legacies in Ms Jones' name "that could be the foundation of improving the lives of others from the many causes she supported".
With a market capitalization of $1.6 trillion, Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) is now the fourth-most valuable publicly traded company in the world. Because in a way you might be able to -- by investing in just-IPOed Ozon Holdings PLC (NASDAQ: OZON). Ozon was established just two years later, in 1999, by which time Amazon was already doing more than $1 billion in annual sales.
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The Supreme Court on Monday is set to take up President Donald Trump's unprecedented and contentious effort to exclude illegal immigrants from the population totals used to allocate U.S. House of Representatives districts to states. The challengers to Trump's July directive include various states led by New York, cities, counties and immigrant rights groups.
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Gerardo Naranjo’s “Kokoloko” took home the Premio Mezcal for best Mexican film at the hybrid 35th Guadalajara Film Festival (FICG), which wrapped Friday, Nov. 27. The love triangle drama signals a return to the big screen for Naranjo who has spent nearly a decade after his 2011 hit “Miss Bala” directing episodes of such high-profile […]
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Mike Tyson's return to boxing at age 54 ended in a draw with 51-year-old Roy Jones Jr. on Saturday in an eight-round exhibition battle of former heavyweight champions. Fifteen years after retiring with a 2005 loss to journeyman Kevin McBride, Tyson made his comeback at Staples Center in Los Angeles without spectators in a pay-per-view matchup that mixed curiosity and nostalgia.California State Athletic Commission officials required two-minute rounds instead of the usual three-minute rounds, mandated larger than normal 12-ounce gloves, said neither fighter could seek a knockout and declared there could be no official winner in safety moves for the over-50 fighters. "Sometimes that two minutes felt like three minutes," Tyson said. "I'm glad I got this under my belt and I'm looking forward to doing it again." An "unofficial" panel of former World Boxing Council champions at ringside scored the bout a draw, an outcome that Tyson applauded despite appearing to dominate."I'm good with that," Tyson said, admitting he thought he had won the fight. "Yeah, but I'm good with a draw. The crowd was happy with that."Jones, who looked tired and grabbed Tyson much of the fight, was unhappy at a draw."I ain't never happy with a draw. I dont do draw," Jones said, admitting that Tyson hurt him throughout the bout, particularly with body blows."If he hits you with his head, punches, body shots, it don't matter, everything hurts. Body shots definitely took a toll. Body shots are what makes you exhausted."Tyson, who entered 50-6 with 44 knockouts, lost 100 pounds and began training again, his desire to get back in shape becoming a hunger to strap on the gloves once more.Jones, who entered 66-9 with 47 knockouts, had not fought since a February 2018 cruiserweight victory. He hoped a solid effort against Tyson might set up a fight with 45-year-old Brazilian mixed martial arts star Anderson Silva.'It's going to hurt'Tyson came out aggressive and fast, swinging and connecting often to the body of Jones, who was able to hit and evade at times, then hugging Tyson often when all else failed."You came back. I hit you with good shots and you took it," Tyson told Jones. "We have to do this again."A hard left to the head stung Jones in round two and he spent much of the third and fourth rounds holding and moving into clenches with Tyson."It's something in there taking punches from Mike," Jones said. "Once I go in there, I'm game. I'll go to the end. I know when he hits me it's going to hurt."Tyson landed an inside right and a hard left to the head of Jones in the fifth round, then connected to the body with a solid right and left in the sixth, Jones evading a right uppercut and tying up Tyson before he could land major combinations.Tyson stung the midsection of Jones in round seven but was held before he could press the advantage.In the eighth and final round, Tyson pounded a pair of left hooks to the body but Jones tied him up and they finished trading inside punches."I was very happy to go the eight rounds," Tyson said. "I'm more happy with going the distance. "I was afraid I might get hurt. Why is nobody worried about my ass? I haven't done this in 15 years.Tyson ruled the heavyweight division in overwhelming fashion in the late 1980s but struggled through the 1990s, losing his title, being convicted of rape and serving a ban after biting a chunk out of Evander Holyfield's ear.He faded from the scene after a 2002 world title loss to Lennox Lewis and has returned now to help launch his Legends Only League for over-age star athletes."This is bigger than fighting for championships," Tyson declared. "I'm helping people now."(AFP)
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